Why Your Website Is Like Muhammad Ali

Muhammad Ali once famously professed that he floated like a hummingbird, but stung like a bee. Thanks to Google’s new algorithm, known as ‘Hummingbird’, your website can have a serious marketing sting in its tail, too – but only if you know how to exploit its new method of ranking sites. Of course, you don’t […]

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How Websites Are Just Flesh and Bone

How does a website start its life? All those familiar elements – the navigation bar, the main content area, the splash image – don’t materialise from the ether. They’re planned and carefully placed to produce not just an appealing visual experience but also one which guides the user’s eye and helps them use the website […]

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Why HTML5 Is Alive

If you’ve only recently got used to the idea that websites are written in some weird language known as ‘HTML’, we might have bad news for you: we’re already on the fifth version of it! The good news, though, is that this makes a real difference to the effectiveness of your website. ‘HTML’ stands for […]

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Get Sudsy With Pudsey: A Life-Changing Website

We make a lot of websites. Our aim is for all of them to change our clients’ businesses for the better… but it’s not so often that we can claim a website of ours might change someone’s life. We’re really excited to be able to say exactly that today! We’ve worked in conjunction with one […]

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Tech Watching: To Each Geek Their Own

You can expect every geek you know to be talking about one thing for the next little while: Elon Musk’s Hyperloop. It’s not, as it may sound, a new prog rock band or the latest unlikely science fictional blockbuster; in fact, it’s the next ambitious project of the man behind PayPal, itself a technology that […]

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Mobile Web Design: Websites, Faster

Websites are many things: entertainment, social spaces, even works of art. Primarily, however, they’re sources of information, ways to communicate a message to the person who views it. From a business perspective, this function of websites is of course key. The web can represent a significant investment for a company, so it’s important that you […]

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How To Survive A Digital Earthquake

Alan is currently on holiday in New Zealand, and we were imagining him having a simply wonderful time: all that beautiful scenery, the relaxed pace of life, the myriad benefits of the south-west Pacific. In fact, however, he’s been in fear of his life. Perhaps we over-exaggerate. Imagine our concern, though, when we receive an […]

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How Project Managment Is Like Pizzas

It’s easy to get so lost in everything you have got to do, that you wind up doing hardly any of it. Of course, as a business you find ways to manage your work stream – and our bucketful of happy customers goes some way to showing that we’ve made it into something of an […]

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Learning By Playing: Apps And iOS7

There’s nothing developers like more than a new toy to play with. On the other hand, there’s also no bigger challenge than a whole new platform: new software means changes to old applications or websites, to factor in the changes made to the operating systems on which they run. That’s why we download iOS 7 […]

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The Three Bears Problem: Who’s Been Visiting My Webpage?

This week at Image+, we’ve been making contact with people we know are interested in our services, but whom we’ve never met or even spoken to. This ability to sell to a large number of qualified leads quickly and easily is the power of a website, and most importantly of data capture. One of the […]

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